Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett celebrates after they routed TCU, 65-7, in the CFP national championship game on Monday at SoFi Stadium to repeat as national champions.

Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett celebrates after they routed TCU, 65-7, in the CFP national championship game on Monday at SoFi Stadium to repeat as national champions. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

It didn’t even take a full half for Georgia to show that it was eager to defend its national championship against a TCU squad that was looking to cap a magical season on a high note.

The Bulldogs took just 21 1/2 minutes to establish a 24-7 lead, went into intermission up by 31 and went on to finish with the most points in a College Football Playoff title game, downing the Horned Frogs 65-7 to become the first-ever back-to-back CFP champions.

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